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C-School for 2015

Fri, 19 Dec 14  

Auxiliary District Flight Safety Officer (DFSO) and Flight Safety Officer (FSO) (AUX-14)

Course Code: 501570 Duration: 3 Days

How To Apply:
For Auxiliary attendees - send training requests (STTR) to your DIRAUX through the Flotilla Commander or your District’s Chain of Leadership for Aviation.
For Active Duty attendees – submit Electronic Training Requests via Direct Access at your duty station.
Please include your email address in Block 22 of the STTR.

Prerequisites:
Applicants are a District Flight Safety Officer (DFSO), DSO-AV, or Air Station Flight Safety Officer (FSO), or candidates therefore. Districts should screen candidates to ensure potential for assignment to relevant aviation staff positions. CG Air Station Flight Safety Officers are encouraged to attend as a team with their DFSO.

Purpose:
This three day experience provides students with an understanding of elements required to build a safe Auxiliary aviation program. In addition, it will acquaint students with mishap reporting and investigations, as well as elements of and implementation of Operational Risk Management. There will be a continuing emphasis on building a culture of safety throughout the Auxiliary aviation program. This is a unique opportunity for Active Duty Flight Safety officers and their Auxiliary District Flight Safety Officer counterparts to participate together in reviewing, revising, or formulating a safety plan that insures a “Just Culture”. It is a great way to share information, communicate issues and provide solutions to mutual interests.

Proposed Convening Dates:
26-28 JAN 2016
Sheraton Westport Chalet Hotel
St. Louis, MO

Auxiliary Aviation Coordinator (AAC) and Auxiliary Liaison Officer (AUXLO) (AUX-15)

Course Code: 501571 Duration: 2 1/2 Days

How To Apply:
For Auxiliary attendees - send training requests (STTR) to Regional DIRAUX through the Flotilla Commander or your Districts Chain of Leadership for Aviation.
For active duty attendees – submit Electronic Training Requests via Direct Access at your Duty Station.
Please include your email address in Block 22 of the STTR.

Prerequisites:
Attendees should be an AAC, an active duty AUXLO a DSO-AV, or a candidate for one of those positions.

Purpose:
This two and 1/2 day experience provides students the critical foundations training and prerequisite knowledge for being an effective AAC or AuxLO.  The AAC is the primary link between the CG Air Station AUXLO and the Auxiliary members serving that Air Station and is responsible for day-to-day scheduling of Auxiliary operations as well as tracking Auxiliary pilot and air crew qualifications.  The Auxiliary Liaison Officer (AUXLO) is the primary link between the Auxiliary and the Air Station and is responsible for oversight of Auxiliary operations on behalf of Air Station command.  This course includes familiarization with Coast Guard Air Station flight rules, schedules, procedures, and general air operations.  It also includes safety gear and its servicing, order writing, and other paperwork procedures.  It serves to introduce the AUXLO to the Auxiliary, its structure, leadership, and operating policies, as well as small aircraft and their operating capabilities and rules.  This course is designed to integrate the AUXLO and AAC into a unified team to support the needs of the USCG with Auxiliary Aviation support.


Proposed convening dates:
25-27 AUG 2015
Hyatt Regency Riverwalk
San Antonio, TX

AUX CREW RESOURCE MGT/ORM (AUX-17)

Course Code: 501573 Duration: 2 Days

How To Apply:
Send training requests (STTR) to Regional DIRAUX through the Flotilla Commander or your Districts Chain of Leadership for Aviation.
Please include your email address in Block 22 of the STTR.

Prerequisites:
This course is a requirement for all pilots and air crew qualified members within the first year of getting certified. It is strongly recommended for all observers, as well.

Special Info:
Exported training, hosted by Districts/Regions.

Purpose:
For all Auxiliary aviators assigned to duty aboard an Auxiliary aircraft during flight time. Includes training in: Flight Discipline, Normalizing Excellence, Fatigue Nutrition & Hydration, Stress, Hazardous Attitudes, Error Producing Conditions, Communications, Assertion & Mutual Support, Situational Awareness & Risk Management.

Proposed Convening dates:
San Juan, PR   25-26 APR 2015
Miami, FL         11-12 JUL 2015
Honolulu, HI     11-12 JUL 2015
Orlando, FL      18-19 SEP 2015
Cape Cod, MA  26-27 SEP 2015

Auxiliary Aviation Spatial Disorientation Training (AUX-18)

Course Code: 501574 Duration: 2 Days

How To Apply:
Send training requests (STTR) to Regional DIRAUX through the Flotilla Commander or your Districts Chain of Leadership for Aviation.
Please include your email address in Block 22 of the STTR.

Prerequisites:
This training is required for all pilots within one year of certification. Applicants must be a pilot or air crew qualified. Priority will be given first to pilots and second to air crew. Pilots who have previously attended this course at Pensacola and did not get to experience their spatial disorientation training because of equipment malfunction or it has been more than 10 years since the training will be considered for training approval.

Purpose:
This two-day experience includes training in: spatial disorientation, flight physiology, hypoxia, and visual illusions. It also includes emergency egress, water survival, and cold weather considerations. This course is conducted in cooperation with the FAA at CAMI in Oklahoma City and is a personal hands-on training event for advanced airmanship.

PROPOSED Convening Dates:
29-31 MAR 2015
31 MAY – 02 JUN 2015
All at FAA’s Civil Aerospace Medical Institute, Oklahoma City